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|BJ Rosenberg||RE: John Oe & Eulida Laura Seedlund|
Unfortunately I have information that might help you...sorry.
|Jennifer E.||Hello evilC,|
I'm hoping that you'll consider transferring my Dad's memorial to me.
Kenneth Perkins, Jr. 132987414
Thank you, Jennifer
|Jim Hamren||Photo Request - Haviland Cornel|
Hi. The Town of Bedford, in which Saint Matthew's cemetery resides published a book in 1977 listing the name of every person interred in the town from 1681-1975. While there are folks with the surname Cornell, including the wife of Haviland, there is no Haviland. Do you have any support for Saint Matthew's as the place of interment apart from the fact his wife is there?
|shirley moore||Elizabeth Bondurant Peerkins|
She Married 1St Robert Carstarphen 9 Feb 1819 inShelby Co Ky.He divorced her because she was pregnant by another man.The divorce went through the Kentucky General 20 Dec 1820
|Oldergraver||RE: Hines, Wallace +|
Evidently I never got it. If you would like to add it i will or I will transfer.
|Jordan G.||Ronald Lee Guy|
Just today i stumbled upon this website while google searching my father's name (in the title) and noticed you sent virtual flowers and had also uploaded some pictures of him and his gravestone. I'm assuming the pictures are all publicly accessible but the flowers are making me wonder if you knew him at all? Just simply wondering.
|Galeen Irvin Chain||Mabel & Harry Perkins|
Yes, I saw that on Harry's death certificate, also. The M could be an error when someone was reading Norton. There are plenty of errors in the information given by informants on death certificates. I'm trying to get my Granny's changed right now. It's not a good time to give information...when you are grieving.
Death certificate also lists both of his parents as being from Mississippi...so these things get in a mess.
Even on the WWI Draft Card, on the top, in someone else's handwriting, the N looks like an M. On Harry's signature, he didn't cross his t, either, so we all make mistakes.
His wife was listed as Amanda Adline (short for Addie, I'm sure) so this is a good little extra!
If you have and use email, my email address is listed on my page.
Thanks so much!
|Galeen Irvin Chain||RE: Mabel Perkins|
Yes, I had found his Draft card. It has so much information on it. I'll continue to keep the other census on the back burner...you never know.
|Galeen Irvin Chain||Mabel Perkins|
Clive...SORRY about that! Please delete the James and Harriett message! I had that census saved as a possible check...not a FACT and pulled from the wrong place! We are still at a brick wall for their parents.
Sorry for the trouble.
|Galeen Irvin Chain||RE: Mabell Perkins Memorial# 31105547|
Mabel's first husband was born in Kentucky...that's where I messed up!
Also, on the census, it could also be that the census taker made an error. That happened frequently. If you'll note, information on one census is many times different on a previous or later census. So it's not always dependable, but it's what we've got and we're thankful for it!
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